A level pe coursework rugby
Pe a level syllabus
Non-exam assessment NEA : Practical performance in physical activity and sport The non-exam assessment NEA aspect of the qualification requires students to develop their ability and aptitude in physical activity, demonstrating appropriate skills and techniques outlined below. Students will be assessed for all of the activities in the following skills: Area of assessment 1: Technical quality — aspect 1 15 marks. The application of skill is not consistently appropriate to their position. All performers should demonstrate their range of skills and will be assessed on their execution of recognised techniques, compliance with the official rules and regulations, accuracy, consistency and outcome. The student maintains technique and accuracy in the performance of most skills in set plays and in open play but it is not always consistent. Adaptations and reasonable adjustments to activities Any of the listed NEA activities may be adapted to suit different needs, but the way in which they are adapted depends on the individual need or disability. It is important that any adaptation or adjustment does not compromise the rigour and validity of the assessment; often it is the context of the performance which changes, such as the use of adapted equipment or rules and regulations.
The audiovisual evidence must clearly show how the student has met the criteria set out in the specification and the marks awarded. The student maintains a high level of technique, accuracy and consistency in the performance of all skills in set plays and in open play.
The student occasionally demonstrates the ability to select and apply appropriate skills, but only occasionally outwits opponents and is often outwitted themselves. All performers should demonstrate their range of skills and will be assessed on their execution of recognised techniques, compliance with the official rules and regulations, accuracy, consistency and outcome.
The student demonstrates only very limited ability to select and apply appropriate skills, rarely outwitting opponents and usually being outwitted themselves.
The student shows only limited technique and accuracy in the performance of a few skills in set plays and in open play.
Students cannot be assessed in any other activity. They will be assessed in three areas of assessment. The student demonstrates a high level of ability to select and apply the most appropriate skills and is usually successful in outwitting opponents, while hardly ever being outwitted themselves.
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